Through The Czech Torah Network, we will encourage one another
to fully utilize these precious scrolls in ongoing educational and
worship activities. It is important that we make a living connection
to the communities where these scrolls originated by locating survivors,
looking after their cemeteries, and remembering those who once worshipped
with these sacred Torah scrolls.
What Was The Holocaust?
We have compiled 50 highly selective links to help you learn about
the Holocaust and what it means to Jewish heritage.
The Czech Memorial Scrolls Centre
Today the numbered racks where these scrolls were stored since
their arrival in 1964, have grown emptier, as one scroll after another
has been put back into into use by congregations and religious institutions
all over the world.
The Story Of The Jewish Torahs of Czechoslovakia
Joseph Pick details the story of the 1,564 Torah scrolls from the
hundreds of Jewish Communities which was once known as Jewish Communities
in Bohemia and Moravia, wiped out by the Nazis in the Holocaust.
Read The Story of the Jewish Torahs of Czechoslovakia in 4 chapters
that will touch your soul:
New Children's Book - I am a Holocaust Torah
Czech Torah Network founding members, Murray and Hana Greenfield,
have been instrumental in the publishing of the book, I am a Holocaust Torah , written by Rabbi Alex J. Goldman. The book is available from
Gefen Publishing House. To order this book or for more infomation
about Holocaust-related books, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or, visit the Gefen Publishing website at www.gefenpublishing.com.